Mae La Noi villagers rose up against fluoride mining concessions, supporting capitalists, but destroying environment and livelihoods

Villagers and Mae La Noi local leaders continue the movement against the fluoride mining concession due to concerns over impacts on health, environment, community livelihoods, and the Mae La River, which is the main river for many communities in the area. In order to suspend ...

BMA invites people to restore ecosystem towards green metropolis on World Environmental Day

The United Nations designated 5 June every year as World Environment Day and also established the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to implement environmental activities to encourage awareness on environment among people around the world to jointly take action in environment protection.Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

COVID-19 has positive impact on Thailand’s ecosystem

The Thailand Environment Institute (TEI) has reported that the COVID-19 pandemic is having positive effects on the natural ecosystem, as it provides time for many tourist destinations to recover. The amount of garbage, including discarded face masks and plastic waste however, has increased exponentially.Keep reading ...

Timeless river culture

Residents living along the Mekong River bank in Chiang Khan district of Loei realise the vital importance of saving their environment.Keep watching ...

1st mangrove botanical garden to be established in Thailand

A committee of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has surveyed a mangrove forest in Chanthaburi province before designating it the first mangrove botanical garden in Thailand. The mangrove botanical garden will be established to honor His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The garden is located ...

Suwit Rattiwan

Mekong River bird species threatened by dam discharges

The Mekong River ecosystem has been devastated from rising water levels during the dry season, as upstream dams in China discharge water to facilitate navigation in the river.Keep reading ...

Pratch Rujivanarom

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